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The Bank of Lithuania’s building in Tauragė

Petrikas furniture factory in Kaunas (which also made furniture for the Bank’s central complex in Kaunas ... It was not an easy job and the pay was only 30 cents an hour.

The origins of securities

The origins of securities are connected to the Age of Discovery (15-16th centuries).

The Credit Bank’s history

At the end of the 19th century, it belonged to the family of the writer Šatrijos Ragana.

The Land Bank

The building’s central part was for guests.

New exhibits at the Museum

Lithuanian longs or other silver bar-type money used in the territory of the GDL, but also bars from Central ... will now be able to compare the size of a 1/24 stater, weighing just half a gram, struck in the 7th century

Historical buildings of the Bank of Lithuania in Vilnius

The buildings at the beginning of Gediminas avenue, erected in the late 19th century, form the layout ... buildings, constructed over a hundred years ago for the Vilnius Land Bank, currently represent the central

Bank of Lithuania buildings in Kaunas

Donelaitis and Maironis streets; the central facade was to be from the side of Maironis street. ... The central Banking Operations Hall is lit from above; it occupies an area of 700 m2, of which 370 m2

History of the Money Museum Building

At the turn of the 19th–20th century, a lot of new work was done here. ... The other premises were used by the National Centre for Recruitment, Retraining and Vocational Orientation

The first metallic money in the territory of Lithuania

In the territory of Lithuania, the monetary system formed in the 13th–first half of the 14th century. ... Oblong-shaped silver bars were widespread across the region inhabited by the Baltic tribes in the 11th century

Bank of Lithuania issues collector coin dedicated to the Sea Festival containing amber

Today, on 21 July, the central bank issues a silver €5 collector coin dedicated to the Sea Festival ( ... In the centre of the silver coin, there is a tiny piece of amber – the symbol of the Baltic Sea.

Kaziukas’ Fair surprise – unprecedented €1.5

. – the same century that saw the rise of the fair itself,’ said Mindaugas Vaičiulis, Director of the


History of Banking Hall introduces the origins of banking operations and the first medieval stratum, central ... It also showcases securities dating back to the end of the 19th–first half of the 20th century, including


The publication presents the history of banks that operated in Lithuania at the end of the 19th century–first ... half of the 20th century through iconographic materials: projects, photographs and postcards.


It also presents 240 silver valuables made at the end of the 18th century–second half of the 20th century ... It also presents 240 silver valuables made at the end of the 18th century–second half of the 20th century


The exhibition showcased more than 30 works that centred around money. ... The exhibition also included compositions from Lithuanian centas coins by Jūratė Bogdanavičiūtė, assemblages

Creation of the national monetary system

years since the creation of the national monetary system in Lithuania for the second time in the 20th century ... Taking into account the fact that Russia’s central bank refused to provide Lithuania with enough rouble

From the Money Museum’s treasury. Unique sketches

of them contributed to the return of the litas in 1993, after the occupation that had lasted half a century ... In the USSR, paper money production was centralised, and there was no way for Lithuanians to be involved

The Bank of Lithuania’s building in Kaunas

It became the provisional capital of the country – its political, cultural, economic and financial centre ... It was a usual international practice, and only after World War II did central banks start giving up

The exhibition of the Bank of Lithuania’s Money Museum

financial and banking systems: the emergence of the first Lithuanian money – silver bars – in the 13th century ... Duchy of Lithuania, the establishment of credit institutions in Kaunas in the second half of the 19th century–beginning

Bank of Lithuania to issue a coin to honour and help Ukraine

It is symbolic that the centre of the coin features stylised coats of arms of the two countries, the ... At the beginning of next year, the central bank will issue a €2 commemorative coin “Together with Ukraine

Residents donate nearly a third of a million euro in aid to Ukraine by purchasing a special coin issued by the Bank of Lithuania

At the beginning of next year, the central bank of Lithuania will issue a €2 commemorative coin “Together

Juozas Zikaras in the history of Lithuanian numismatics

Interestingly, due to the urgency and lack of sufficient resources, both litas and centas were printed ... He created 11 denomination (1, 2, 3, 5, 10, 20, 50 centas and 1, 2, 5, 10 litas) wax patterns and a common

Historical personalities of the Bank of Lithuania. Jonas Masiulis

In later years, he worked in the Chamber of Agriculture, headed central economic organisations, and in

Bank of Lithuania to issue a coin “Together with Ukraine” in aid to Ukraine

The centre of the coin features a stylised sunflower with petals resembling silhouettes of people holding